The DNA Enigma - Where Did The Information Come Frome? - Stephen C. Meyer

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John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The Capabilities ...
John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The Capabilities of Chaos and Complexity: David L. Abel - Null Hypothesis For Information Generation - 2009 To focus the scientific community’s attention on its own tendencies toward overzealous metaphysical imagination bordering on “wish-fulfillment,” we propose the following readily falsifiable null hypothesis, and invite rigorous experimental attempts to falsify it: "Physicodynamics cannot spontaneously traverse The Cybernetic Cut: physicodynamics alone cannot organize itself into formally functional systems requiring algorithmic optimization, computational halting, and circuit integration." A single exception of non trivial, unaided spontaneous optimization of formal function by truly natural process would falsify this null hypothesis. Stephen Meyer is interviewed about the "information problem" in DNA, Signature in the Cell - video Journey Inside The Cell - DNA to mRNA to Proteins - Stephen Meyer - Signature In The Cell - video The DNA Code - Solid Scientific Proof Of Intelligent Design - Perry Marshall - video Random Mutations Destroy Information - Perry Marshall - video Evolution vs. Genetic Entropy - video Jonathan Wells Hits an Evolutionary Nerve: "duplicating a gene doesn’t increase information content any more than photocopying a paper increases its information content." Conservation of Information In Search - William Dembski and Robert Marks - Sept. 2009 Stephen Meyer - Functional Proteins And Information For Body Plans - video Higher Levels Of Information In Life - Stephen Meyer - video Conservation Of Transcendent Information - 2007 - video Scientific Evidence For God (Logos) Creating The Universe - 2008 - video Explaining Information Transfer in Quantum Teleportation: Armond Duwell †‡ University of Pittsburgh Excerpt: In contrast to a classical bit, the description of a qubit requires an infinite amount of information. The amount of information is infinite because two real numbers are required in the expansion of the state vector of a two state quantum system (Jozsa 1997, 1) --- Concept 2. is used by Bennett, et al. Recall that they infer that since an infinite amount of information is required to specify a qubit, an infinite amount of information must be transferred to teleport. Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis